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Topic: Displaying 3D data
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Displaying 3D data
Posted: Oct 27, 2009 6:45 AM
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Does any of you have tips or reading suggestions as to how I might be
able to effectively display a 3D function f(x,y,z) in matlab, perhaps
using a series of figures?

The data is stored in a matrix, and axis lengths typically range from
5 to 20. I'm interested in the relationship between (x,y), (x,z) and
(y,z), but does it make sense to just average function values over the
dimension I'm not interested in and display (x*,y*), (x*,z*) and (y*,
z*) it as 2D functions with surf()? Could isosurface() help?

Any suggestions for expanding this to n-dimensional data, where I want
to display the relationship between the n-choose-2 possible pairs of
dimensions?

I'm not expecting to find "the answer", but I figured that if
anywhere, I could find some useful suggestions here.


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10/27/09
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10/27/09
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